Make the minimum requirements of an assignment worth a B to encourage students to push further for an A.

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  • Provide students with multiple options with variable difficulty to achieve the A grade.
    • This allows you to challenge students who need to be challenged, provide students who want to push their boundaries, and those looking to compensate for bugs in the core program opportunities to achieve the higher grade.
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